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Ladies, Let's Ride Sundays @ 8:00am Harvest Century Last Org. ride of season
This is an organized ride. Anyone can ride this ride but Ladies Let's Ride will have their own group. Please wear your LLR jersey. Register at: http://harvestcentury.org/registration/ $5 will get you 5 wine tasting at the Montinore Estate Winery Registration fee $74 before Sept 1... Ladies only, sorry guys. Must be able to ride at least 14-16 mph. Ride announced each week, and distance will vary between 20-40 miles in various areas. We are friendly and welcoming but please come ready to workout and challenge yourself. Wheels rolling at 8:00 am Fuel for the Ride: Rides are likely to last 2-4 hours. Be sure to bring both water and snacks. Ride Leader: Debra Rhea Route: 75 miles https://ridewithgps.com/routes/27171468 On this beautiful fall ride, you’ll pass through Yamhill valley wineries, glimpse breathtaking views of Mt. Hood & The Coast Range, and find yourself in unexpected places right outside city centers. Each route enjoys a rest stop at Montinore Estate where $5 cash gets you a tasting of 5 wines. Find something you like? Purchase it on the spot, and we’ll deliver it back to the Finish Line for you. Weather Policy: This ride will only cancel for heavy rain, snow, ice and other conditions we do not like. Light showers are no big deal. Cancellations will be posted no later than 9:00 AM on the day of the ride. Required: • Personal identification including name, address and emergency contact is required of every rider • Helmets must be worn at all times on the bike. • Bring the correct size spare tube for the tires you are riding. If you get a flat, don't worry, we'll all lend a hand. • Your bike must be in good working order. If you're not sure, stop by a local bike shop and ask a mechanic to look it over for safety and basic ride-ability • Cell phone - never go on a ride without one! • No ear buds or music please • Strongly recommended: • Winter riding gear! We will be biking in the elements. Be sure to get the gear required to stay warm and dry. Extremities are especially vulnerable (head, hands, feet). A good base layer is a essential winter item. Cycling mittens are warmer than gloves. A thin skull cap under your helmet can add some much needed warmth without much weight. Shoe covers or toe covers will stop the wind and keep your toes toasty. • Sun/riding glasses

Civic Center

150 E Main Street · hillsboro, OR

What we're about

Interested in cycling, but not sure where to start? Are you tired of going on rides by yourself or with the boys? Well, have I got the group for you! If you are new to cycling or a veteran rider, I invite you to gather for regular rides with us. Looking for a more inclusive, welcoming and fun, ongoing cycling experience. Our purpose is to gear up, get on, get out, and get going, feel the wind at our backs while having fun with like minded women. Who cares if the guys are faster than us, we just like to ride our bikes, chat, improve our fitness and become safer riders. Isn't that right? We will meet new people, give each other moral support and have fun socializing in the outdoors. Our routes will include; Washington County routes, Sauve Island, Springwater Corridor, Frenchmans Bar, Banks Vernonia trail, Scenic Gorge Hwy and many other options. Our rides vary from 25 to 85 miles at 15-18 MPH.

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